To follow up its development, Atelier 7hz is looking for a technician or a professional specialized in Acoustics and Vibrations to perform acoustic (noise equipment, insulation, TR, etc.), vibration and noise measurements. The successful candidate will have the role of assisting project managers in the realization of studies in acoustics and vibrations.
he Director will have, under the direction and in collaboration with the chief executive, the roles of supervise engineers and technicians in carrying out studies in acoustics and vibrations
We wish you a very happy new year 2020, rich in good vibrations and melodious noises. For Atelier 7hz, this year promises to be a resounding one. Our major project this year is the study of urban noise and the proposal of new global solutions to observe it, control it and encourage projects with less exposure to it. Always keen on new technologies, we have some innovation projects in progress in signal processing and 3D printing that we will present to you this year. ClapReverb has also just had a facelift with Calpreverb 2.0 intended for architects and real estate developers!
Our noise environment is deteriorating in the city? Urban noise observatories in Quebec must be created! Increased road traffic, industrialization, urban densification, our acoustic measurements seem to show that our noise environment is deteriorating particularly in...
Based between Ottawa and Montreal, the professional acoustic and vibration specialist will take on the role of developing the business and branch of Atelier 7hz in Ontario
Beta testers?? We are looking for Beta Testers to test the first version of the ClapReverb Application on the Apple iOS interface. This application allows you to measure the reverberation times of a room just by clapping your hands! As promised, the ClapReverb app...
Sony and Neil Young want to conquer the general public with high definition music players 24-bits 192 kHz. HD music sales blew up . But do we really hear the difference?
Thanks to elastic tubes in walls, it is possible to create on demand on/off acoustic insulation. Is it useful?